International Badminton Magazine - March 2013


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International Badminton Magazine provides an invaluable and sought after quarterly review of the world of badminton, appealing to a diverse and dynamic audience of badminton consumers, enthusiasts and players of all standards from recreational and club players to professionals.
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The March issue of International Badminton Magazine covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:
Peter Gade: Farewell
One of the top European players of his generation, Denmark’s Peter Gade has finally hung up his rackets for good. He ploughed a lonely furrow and for much of his 18-year career he was often the sole European battling it out at badminton’s elite level and his retirement leaves the men’s world top 10 populated exclusively by Oriental players
English National Championships – Manchester 2013
Rajiv Ouseph produced another series of sublime performances at the English National Championships to extend his record run of Men’s Singles titles to six whilst Chris Langridge finished with two titles, Peter Mills and Sarah Walker claimed their first National crowns and the unlucky Marcus Ellis was left with two runners-up spots to show for his two finals
Chris Adcock & Gabby White: Love Doubles
Soon-to-be husband and wife, Chris Adcock and Gabby White are one of BADMINTON England’s new Mixed Doubles pairs. England’s most glamorous pair explain to Dominic Bliss why teaming up with one’s other half isn’t as bad as it sounds
Nathan Robertson Appointed BADMINTON England Ambassador
Nathan Roberson, who announced his retirement as a player in June, remains one of the biggest names in world badminton and BADMINTON England have confirmed him as only their second ambassador, joining his former Mixed Doubles partner Gail Emms in this prestigious role, having been identified him as a personality who can inspire a new generation of young players to follow in his footsteps
Coaching & Instruction: How to Become a More Consistent Player
International Badminton Magazine explains why reliability and consistency of stroke is one of the basic requirements for becoming a better squash player
World Rankings
Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Mixed Doubles, Men’s Doubles and Women’s Doubles at a glance

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